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Membership Application

Please select your membership category below. Please click on submit when complete.  Once approved you will be contacted by a Shul representative.

Annual Dues are $2,700.  Acknowledgment will be made in the annual shul journal.

Annual Dues are $2,000.  Acknowledgment will be made in the annual shul journal.

Annual Dues are $1,200.  Includes a married couple, with or without children.

Annual Dues are $650. An unmarried person (including those widowed or divorced) who has no children, or whose children are all married, or whose children are all at least 23 years old.

Annual Dues are $650. An unmarried person (including those widowed or divorced) who is a full-time teacher at a Jewish Day School or Kollel; or a married couple where both spouses are full-time teachers at a Jewish Day Dchool or Kollel; or one spouse is a full-time teacher at a Jewish Day School or Kollel and the other spouse is unemployed.

Annual Dues are $500.  Must become a member within a year of moving into the neighborhood.

Annual Dues are $300.  Must be a full member of another shul.


PLEASE NOTE:  No person shall be denied membership for their inability to pay dues. 



CHILDREN

Child 1

Child 2

Child 3

Child 4

Child 5

Child 6


YAHRZEITS


No one will be turned away from membership for financial reasons.  If you cannot pay full membership please contact the President at president@yihouston.org who will be happy to work with you in a completely private manner.


Please read the following:

I join my fellow congregants in seeking a future for our Shul that is consistent with its legacy of meaningful tefillah, dissemination of Torah, and dedicated service to the community and beyond.  I share the vision of  nurturing an atmosphere where all who participate in the Shul's many activities will feel a sense of belonging, elevation, and excitement as they arrive to daven, learn and perform acts of chesed.

Toward the goal of generating and maintaining such an environment, I express my commitment to help bring the tefillah experience offered by our Shul to a level that befits its standing as a Torah institution of the highest caliber.  Accordingly, I pledge, bli neder, to refrain from conversation throughout tefillah, and to foster an atmosphere conducive to meaningful prayer, reflection and connection with HaKadosh Baruch Hu.

 

Tue, September 25 2018 16 Tishrei 5779